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All in sport have the right to feel and be safe from harm and must be able to live free from fear of abuse, neglect, and exploitation. We are committed to safeguarding all those who participate in our sport, ensuring they can do so in a safe, positive, and enjoyable environment.

•          Everyone who participates in bowls is entitled to do so in a safe and enjoyable environment.

•          The Club is committed to helping everyone in bowls accept their responsibility to safeguard adults at risk, from harm and abuse.

•          All suspicions and allegations of abuse and poor practice will be taken seriously and responded to swiftly and appropriately.

•          Members working with adults at risk in bowls have a responsibility to report concerns to their Safeguarding Officer.


Our Safeguarding Officer is:     Val Ayton

Her Email is:           [email protected]